Tom Helm bowled a splendid final over where he conceded just two runs and claimed a wicket as well as Middlesex made a stunning comeback to win the South Group Natwest T20 Blast encounter against Sussex by two runs at Lord's.
Kyle Abbott claimed a three wicket haul to restrict Middlesex to 136 runs following which Rilee Rossouw led the chase with a 60-run knock as Hampshire completed a six wicket win in the Natwest T20 Blast South Group encounter at Lord's.
After Middlesex went on to post 203 in their innings, a five wicket haul from Tom Helm limited Essex to 131 in the chase as the hosts completed a convincing 72 run win in the South Group Natwest T20 Blast at Lord's.
Sam Curran and Gareth Batty shared five wickets between them as Surrey managed to restrict Middlesex to 141 runs in a chase of 157 to complete a 15-run victory in the South Group encounter of the Natwest T20 Blast at Kennington Oval.
A 70-run knock from Kumar Sangakkara and a four-wicket haul from Gareth Batty went in vain as Middlesex completed a thrilling one wicket victory over Surrey in their Natwest T20 Blast South Group encounter at Lord's.
Middlesex registered their second win this season as they chased down 234 in the final innings against Warwickshire with just one wicket in hand in the County Championship Division One clash in Birmingham on the fourth day.
After Tom Helm picked a five haul to dismiss Warwickshire for 233 runs in the second innings, Middlesex were reduced to 36 for two at stumps in a chase of 234 runs on day three of the County Championship Division One clash in Birmingham.
Simon Harmer continued his wicket taking spree as he claimed a nine wicket haul in the second innings to dismiss Middlesex for 262 runs and wrap up an innings victory for Essex in their County Championship Division One clash in Chelmsford.
The defending champions Middlesex have been put under a lot of pressure in their County Championship Division One face-off against Essex after the hosts went on to amass 542 for three in their first innings before the declaration came on day three in Chelmsford.
Simon Harmer continued his good run as he claimed another five wicket haul to dismiss Middlesex for 246 in their first innings following which Essex openers Nick Browne and Alastair Cook shared an unbeaten 106 run stand at stumps on day one of the County Championship Division One clash at Chelmsford.